The restaurant is decorated nicely. We got in without a reservation but it was weekday and was still busy. I would recommend one. We had shrimp in lettuce leaves apps which are fresh and tasty. Then some Kung Pao chicken which was not hot at all. I added some hot sauce to flavor it. They gave us a shot of baileys with our fortune cookies and we also had amazing cappucinos. The first Chinese restaurant that could make a good coffee. Actually one of the better cappucinos I've ever had. Worth it if you are dining in the Mirage but I would not go out of my way to get here. There are just too many great restaurants in Vegas to choose from.
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